PM Modi to Arrive in Guwahati Today

PM Modi is scheduled to take part in oath taking ceremonies for chief ministers of Nagaland, Meghalaya and Tripura.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in Guwahati on Tuesday to take part in the oath taking ceremony of the three Northeastern states where assembly elections were held recently.

PM Modi is scheduled to take part in the oath-taking ceremonies of Conrad Sangma as Chief Minister of Meghalaya and Neiphiu Rio as the Chief Minister of Nagaland today.

After arriving in Guwahati, PM Modi will leave for Meghalaya.

He is also scheduled to take part in the oath taking ceremony of Manik Saha as the Chief Minister of Tripura.

Ahead of the visit of PM Modi, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Guwahati), Traffic had imposed traffic restrictions on March 7 and 8.  

"To ensure the safety of the public, especially vulnerable road users like children, students, women, senior citizens and differently-abled persons on the road and to give free passage to the emergency vehicles like Ambulances, Fire tenders etc., the following restrictions on the movement of vehicles shall be imposed," the press release read.

Meanwhile, Home Minister Amit Shah and Bharatiya Janata Party chief JP Nadda arrived in Guwahati on Monday evening.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma along with his cabinet ministers and government officials went to Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport to receive them.

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Earlier, the Additional District Magistrate, Kamrup Metro had banned drones and flying activities in Guwahati on March 7 and 8.

In the recently concluded assembly elections in the Northeast, the BJP retained power on its own in Tripura, with the help from ally NDPP in Nagaland and is set to be part of the government in Meghalaya after the Conrad Sangma-led National People’s Party (NPP) failed to hit the majority mark despite emerging as the single-largest party in the state.

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